My parents weren’t addicts. Their parents weren’t addicts. My aunts, uncles and siblings weren’t addicts and neither were my friends. My path to addiction wasn’t all that uncommon, but the catalyst was. Read More Here.
A last-minute lecture, scare tactics at the door, and half-hearted threats don’t work. Here’s what does: Read More Here
The bottom line: The key to maintaining a healthy relationship with alcohol is to be mindful of when, where, why, how much, and how quickly you drink and recognizing the time to say “when.” Since this is easier said than done, here are some potentially helpful insights and tips. Read More Here.
Alaska The economic impact of drug and alcohol abuse in Alaska exceeds $3 billion a year, according to a new report by the independent research firm the McDowell Group. Read more here. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER FOR MORE NEWS LIKE THIS, STRAIGHT IN YOUR INBOX!Leave Blank:Do Not Change:Your email: